* Queensbury Town Board, Monday evening
* The Town Board authorized hiring Rozelle Industries, at a cost of up to $34,900, to repair leaks in the Gurney Lane pool. Rozelle, the low bidder, and a company from Rochester bid on the work. “The company from Rochester was extremely high,” said town Director of Parks and Recreation Steve Lovering.
* Lovering said he has wooden sections for an elevated walkway ready to install soon in a marshy section of the town’s Hudson Pointe nature trail.
* Lovering said a recent auction of surplus parts and equipment raised $2,400 for the town’s general fund. He requested permission to use $1,500 of it for a commercial grade mower.
* 4th Ward Councilman Tim Brewer said he has asked town Highway Superintendent Mike Travis to explore placing speed bumps at the entrance and exit to the parking lot of the Feeder Dam Park off Richardson Street, and has asked National Grid to explore installing a street light to curb rowdy behavior and slow speeding vehicles in the park at night.
* Supervisor Ron Montesi said the Town Board plans to interview Jamie White for an opening on the town Planning Board.
* 7 p.m. May 6 at Queensbury Center